A few years after people from the past inexplicably began appearing in the ocean, Alfhildr - who comes from the Viking Age - is teamed up with burned-out Oslo police officer Lars Haaland as part of the police department's integration program. While investigating the murder of a woman with Stone Age tattoos, Lars and Alfhildr make some chilling, unexpected discoveries.
There is no way back. For any of us.
Did You Know?
Tore Hund (or Thorir Hundr) played by Stig Henrik Hoff
is quite a deceive figure in Norway. Through the centuries he has been regarded as a villainous figure for his pagan rebellion against and killing of the christian king Olaf Haraldsson who is Norway's national saint. However, from the 19th century onward there has been a growing movement of Norwegians who consider Tore one of Norways greatest heroes and a symbol of resistance against authoritarian government. The movement is primarily headed by people in northern Norway (were Tore was from) who are usually skeptical to the political power centered in southern Norway, as well as various pagan movements. On Tore's home island of Bjarkøy a statue has been raised in his honor. See more